Q: re What's blooming Week of 2 November

Randall P. Linke randysgarden@gmail.com
Fri, 04 Nov 2011 07:42:10 PDT
I have one Nerine angulata blooming, N. filifolia and N. masoniorum
finished blooming about a week ago.  Usually only about a 10 to 20 degree
difference between our highs and lows, but our daytime highs have
fluctuated from the upper sixties to 90 F over the past two months, both
ends of the extreme sometimes occurring in the same week.


On Fri, Nov 4, 2011 at 6:16 AM, MARK MAZER AND FREDRIKA MAZER <
markmazerandfm13@earthlink.net> wrote:

> >
> > Very interested to note that your nerines are flowering 2nd week in Nov.
> as ours were very early this year with those named varieties flowering here
> 1st week October.
> Our Nerines are just beginning to bloom here in the Albemarle region of
> North Carolina in the frost free greenhouse.  They are seed grown from the
> PBS-BX of 2004.
> Also in bloom at this time are Nerine filifolia, Lachenalia pusilla,
> Gladiolus carmineus, Strelitzia Mandela's Gold, Cypella herbertii var
> brevicristata and 10 or so Oxalis
> Day/nigfht temperatures have been in the range of 70/40 F for the past
> couple of weeks.
> Mark Mazer
> Hertford, North Carolina USA
> USDA 8
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